NetIX enables access to its platform via any connected Internet Exchange Point
NetIX has simplified access into its platform by enabling connectivity across any one of its 30+ Internet Exchange partners.
Sofia, Bulgaria – 4th June 2020: NetIX, the leading global distributed platform for connectivity and peering services has launched a new connectivity service where networks can utilise unused IXP bandwidth to access NetIX and its full portfolio of services.
This new access service means networks no longer have to spend time, money and energy building out to a data centre location in common with NetIX; they can put their existing under-used infrastructure to work without the need for further costly investment.
"Efficiently and cost-effectively moving data around the world is what our network does best," said Neven Dilkov, founder of NetIX. "We want everyone to be able to harvest the power of NetIX's global exchange platform instantly and with zero additional cost!"
NetIX is committed to improving the ease of networks achieving global connectivity; in April, NetIX launched a similar service - Layer 3 Tunnelling - which enabled access to its platform via the Public Internet rather than building out to a shared data centre.
Learn more about our VLAN over IXP service here. To discover more ways how NetIX can improve your network, visit netix.net. To speak to a member of the team about our services and solutions, please email the team: email@example.com
Our next-generation network accelerates the Internet; we connect content creators with users faster, cheaper, and more directly than ever.
Our network stretches across more than 150 global data centres in 65 cities from 35 countries. It connects our 140+ members to content from 6,000+ visible networks and 30+ Internet Exchanges.
NetIX offers the best possible Internet connectivity: our members can directly exchange traffic with peers, giving their end-users faster page-load times on 90% of the most popular sites.
Our members include Internet service providers, broadcasters, telecoms operators, and content delivery networks - all the peers your tenants need to access!